Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
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October 9th, 2008 – by: TravelerTom
Today we docked at Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. The town is small enough that we just walked around and got a good overview of it all.
We browsed thru a few of the shoppes and Lin found a few treasures. This island province has a population of about 100,000 and Charlottetown is their capital, so there were lots of tourist shops near the port. This is almost the end of the season. Only three more ships will dock here in the next week or so.
The weather was cool (high 50s) and windy. Just as we made our way back to the ship it started to sprinkle. On the way back thru the terminal building we saw scores of people sitting on the floor with their laptops. They have free wifi access right there by the ship, so I'm going to hook up and get a full dose today. We sail at 6pm.
Tomorrow is another day at sea.
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